Drettmann’s Premier 135 ‘Bikini Queen 2’...

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Drettmann’s Premier 135 ‘Bikini Queen 2’...

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The Horizon-built trideck was shown for the first time at the Cannes ’09 show in the second week of September and then sunsequently at Monaco and Genoa.


Designed by the Espinosa, this 41m (135ft) 265-ton trideck motoryacht was built at the Premier Shipyard of Horizon Yachts in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. She is pushed along by twin MTU 8V4000 diesels to a maximum speed of 15.5 knots.
The area behind the bridge is all intended for her owners. There’s a private office and master cabin complete with jacuzzi and small ‘smoking balcony’, followed by a dressing room, an exclusive salon and sky-lounge.
There are four guest cabins on the lower deck, one of which doubles as a gym; there are various Pullman-style bed options.
Guest area furnishings come from Eichholtz, Philipp Plein and Yacht Glamour by Claudia Drettmann.
There is a captain’s cabin on the main deck and the rest of the crew are located forward.
Bikini Queen 2's commissioning owner, a German and involved in the shipping industry, is now offering her for sale unused through Drettmann. The asking price is €15 million.

Basic Spec – Drettmann’s Premier 135...
LOA: 41.15m (135ft)
Beam: 7.98m (26ft 2in)
Displacement: 265 tonnes (583,000lbs)
Fuel: 44,160 Litres (11,670 US gals)
Water: 7,750 Litres (2,048 US gals)
Engines: 2 x 1160kW (1,555hp) MTU 8V4000 M70s
Design/Naval Architecture: Espinosa
Builder: Horizon Yachts
Launched: 2009

For more, www.drettmann.com.

© Phil Draper